Digital transformation was the top driver of organisational change last year and more people in the industry reported finding meaning in their work
Experts say the increase is sorely needed by low-paid workers, but warn it could put a strain on employers who face a “double whammy” with rises to National Insurance
Experts advise that firms need to provide more training for managers as well as review the recruitment and career progression process
Involuntary demotion can leave employees feeling devalued which can affect productivity, wider company morale and reputation, says Sophie Hennekam
Nearly three-quarters of businesses believe it is likely there is forced labour in their supply chain, yet the majority are still failing to report sufficient measures as required by law, says Hina Belitz
Successful strategies in the private sector will not work in the public sector because the daily experiences of employees is very different, says Anas Nader
With the default position now for most claims to be heard remotely, David Sillitoe offers advice to employers involved in such proceedings
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